A Bay County woman could be going to prison for a violent incident that began as a fight at a Panama City Beach bar.
A local jury found 22-year old Reikia Blakely guilty Wednesday on battery of a law enforcement officer.
On august 11th, last year, Blakely sucker-punched a man who was waiting in-line to get a hotdog at a Thomas Drive Bar.
Apparently the two had an on-deputies going dispute.
When Bay County Sheriff's deputies showed-up Blakely hit, kicked and spit on them.
Blakely could get up to a year in the county jail on the battery charge, and up to 5 years in state prison on the battery on a law enforcement officer charges.
Sentencing is set for October 7th.
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